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NFL: What To Look For Week 7

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NFL: What To Look For Week 7

2021-10-23 17:33:57

Image: Tampa Bay's Tom Brady. (Image Source: Kim Klement / USA Today)

THE BUC STOPS HERE: After leading the league in rushing defense (80.6 rushing yards allowed per game) during their Super Bowl season last year, the TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS again lead the league in the category through six weeks this season, limiting opponents to 54.8 rushing yards per game.

Since the beginning of last season, a span of 22 regular-season games, Tampa Bay has only had one opposing player eclipse the 100-yard rushing mark (Minnesota’s DALVIN COOK rushed for 102 yards in Week 14 of 2020).

If the Buccaneers continue this run-stopping pace, they can become the fifth team since 1950 to limit their opponents to fewer than 60 rushing yards per game through their first seven games of a season.

The teams to allow fewer than 60 rushing yards per game through their first seven games in a season since 1950:

TEAM

SEASON

OPPONENT RUSHING YARDS PER GAME

 

San Francisco

1995

49.9

 

New Orleans

1991

52.1

 

Baltimore

2000

57.9

 

Pittsburgh

2010

58.9

 

 

 

 

 

Tampa Bay

2021

54.8*

 

*Through six games

 

 

 

         

Tampa Bay quarterback TOM BRADY enters Week 7 leading the league in passing yards (2,064) and completions (183) and ranks second in touchdown passes (17). He is also the only player this season with three games of at least four touchdown passes (Weeks 1-2, 5).

With 17 completions and three touchdown passes on Sunday against Chicago (4:25 PM ET, CBS), Brady will become the third player with at least 200 completions and 20 touchdown passes in his team’s first seven games of a season in NFL history, joining ANDREW LUCK (2018) and Pro Football Hall of Famer PEYTON MANNING (2013).

The players with at least 200 completions and 20 touchdown passes in their team’s first seven games of a season in NFL history:

PLAYER

TEAM

SEASON

COMPLETIONS

PASSING TOUCHDOWNS

Andrew Luck

Indianapolis

2018

203

20

Peyton ManningHOF

Denver

2013

207

25

 

 

 

 

 

Tom Brady

Tampa Bay

2021

183*

17*

*Through first six games

 

 

 

 

           

Brady, the league’s all-time leader in both passing yards (81,268) and touchdown passes (598), can also become the first player in league history with 600 career touchdown passes.

REUNION IN L.A.: When the DETROIT LIONS visit the LOS ANGELES RAMS on Sunday (4:05 PM ET, FOX), both starting quarterbacks will be facing the teams that drafted them for the first time. Detroit’s JARED GOFF was selected No. 1 overall by the Rams in 2016 and passed for 18,171 yards and 107 touchdowns in 69 starts for the franchise and led them to a Super Bowl LIII appearance in 2018.

Los Angeles’ MATTHEW STAFFORD was selected No. 1 overall by the Lions in 2009 and is the franchise’s all-time leader in passing yards (45,109), touchdown passes (282) and passer rating (89.9). This season, Stafford ranks tied for third in the league with 16 touchdown passes and fourth with 1,838 passing yards.

In 171 career games, Stafford has 298 touchdown passes and on Sunday, can become the seventh-fastest player (172 games) to record 300 career touchdown passes in NFL history.

The players to reach 300 career touchdown passes in the fewest games in NFL history:

PLAYER

TEAM(S)

GAMES

 

Aaron Rodgers

Green Bay

144

 

Peyton ManningHOF

Indianapolis

157

 

Dan MarinoHOF

Miami

157

 

Tom Brady

New England

161

 

Drew Brees

San Diego Chargers, New Orleans

161

 

Brett FavreHOF

Atlanta, Green Bay

167

 

 

 

 

 

Matthew Stafford

Detroit, L.A. Rams

171*

 

*Has 298 touchdown passes

 

 

 

           

KING’S COURT: Tennessee running back DERRICK HENRY enters this week leading the league with 783 rushing yards and 10 rushing touchdowns. He is the third player ever with at least 750 rushing yards and 10 rushing touchdowns in his team’s first six games of a season, joining Pro Football Hall of Famers JIM BROWN (1958) and ERIC DICKERSON (1983).

Henry has rushed for three touchdowns in each of the past two weeks and can join Pro Football Hall of Famer LADAINIAN TOMLINSON (three consecutive games in 2006) as the only players in NFL history with at least three rushing touchdowns in three consecutive games.

Additionally, Henry has recorded at least 125 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown in each of his past three games. If he accomplishes the feat again on Sunday against Kansas City (1:00 PM ET, CBS), he will become the fifth player with at least 125 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown in four consecutive games within a single season in the Super Bowl era.

The players with at least 125 rushing yards and a rushing touchdown in the most consecutive games within a single season in the Super Bowl era:

PLAYER

TEAM

SEASON

GAMES

Larry Johnson

Kansas City

2005

5

O.J. SimpsonHOF

Buffalo

1975

5

Frank Gore

San Francisco

2011

4

Terrell DavisHOF

Denver

1998

4

 

 

 

 

Derrick Henry

Tennessee

2021

3*

*Active streak

 

 

 

KC’S STARS: Kansas City quarterback PATRICK MAHOMES leads the league with 18 touchdown passes this season and ranks third with 1,887 passing yards. Last week, he totaled a season-high 397 passing yards, his 29th career game with at least 300 passing yards.

With 300 passing yards on Sunday at Tennessee (1:00 PM ET, CBS), Mahomes will surpass Pro Football Hall of Famer KURT WARNER (29 games) for the most games with at least 300 passing yards by a player in his first five seasons in NFL history.

Mahomes’ top target this season has been wide receiver TYREEK HILL, who ties for the lead league with 46 receptions and ranks third with 592 receiving yards. He also has five touchdown receptions, tied for the fourth-most in the league.

With four receptions on Sunday, Hill will become the fifth player ever with at least 50 receptions, 500 receiving yards and five receiving touchdowns in each of his first six career seasons.

The players with at least 50 receptions, 500 receiving yards and five receiving touchdowns in the most seasons to begin their careers in NFL history:

PLAYER

TEAM

SEASONS

Marvin HarrisonHOF

Indianapolis

11

Gary Clark

Washington

8

Larry Fitzgerald

Arizona

8

Randy MossHOF

Minnesota

6

 

 

 

Tyreek Hill

Kansas City

5*

*Has 46 receptions, 592 receiving yards and five receiving touchdowns entering Week 7

 

 

         

Tight end TRAVIS KELCE enters Week 7 leading all tight ends with 38 receptions. He had a season-high eight catches last week and has recorded at least five receptions in five of six games this season. With another five-catch performance against Tennessee, Kelce will surpass Pro Football Hall of Famer SHANNON SHARPE (78 games) for the fourth-most such games by a tight end in NFL history.

The tight ends with the most games with at least five receptions in NFL history:

PLAYER

TEAM(S)

GAMES

Tony GonzalezHOF

Kansas City, Atlanta

139

Jason Witten

Dallas

130

Antonio Gates

San Diego/L.A. Chargers

96

Travis Kelce

Kansas City

78

Shannon SharpeHOF

Denver, Baltimore

78

RIDICULOUS ROOKIE RECEIVERS: Cincinnati wide receiver JA’MARR CHASE, the No. 5 overall selection in the 2021 NFL Draft, leads all rookies with 553 receiving yards and five touchdown receptions this season. He is also one of six players in the league with at least 50 receiving yards in each of the first six weeks.

With 50 receiving yards on Sunday at Baltimore (1:00 PM ET, CBS), Chase will join EARL MCCULLOUCH (1968) as the only players in NFL history with at least 50 receiving yards in each of their first seven career games.

Chase can also surpass ANQUAN BOLDIN (621 receiving yards) for the most receiving yards by a player through his first seven career games in the Super Bowl era. Only HARLON HILL (685) and BILLY HOWTON (667) have more all-time.

The players with the most receiving yards in their first seven career games in NFL history:

PLAYER

TEAM

SEASON

RECEIVING YARDS

Harlon Hill

Chicago Bears

1954

685

Billy Howton

Green Bay

1952

667

Anquan Boldin

Arizona

2003

621

 

 

 

 

Ja’Marr Chase

Cincinnati

2021

553*

*Through first six games

 

 

 

         

Miami wide receiver JAYLEN WADDLE, the No. 6 overall selection in the 2021 NFL Draft, leads all rookies with 37 receptions this season. He is also one of three players in the league with two games with at least 10 receptions (Weeks 3 and 6). With at least 10 receptions in another game this season, he will join ODELL BECKHAM JR. (four games in 2014) as the only rookies in NFL history with three games with at least 10 catches.

With five receptions on Sunday against Atlanta (1:00 PM ET, FOX), Waddle can tie Boldin (42 in 2003) and MICHAEL THOMAS (42 in 2016) for the second-most receptions by a wide receiver in his first seven career games in NFL history. Only EDDIE ROYAL (46 in 2008) had more.

The wide receivers with the most receptions in their first seven career games in NFL history:

PLAYER

TEAM

SEASON

RECEPTIONS

Eddie Royal

Denver

2008

46

Anquan Boldin

Arizona

2003

42

Michael Thomas

New Orleans

2016

42

 

 

 

 

Jaylen Waddle

Miami

2021

37*

*Through first six games

 

 

 

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